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335. TODAY IN HISTORY—WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 01, 2021:
U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Stephen Johnson Field; U.S. Secretary of State Edward Stettinius Jr.; U.S. Secretary of Defense Neil H. McElroy; U.S. Senators Rick Scott and Gary Peters; Civil Rights leader Rosa Parks, Alice Cooper featuring Ryan Roxie, Blue Öyster Cult featuring Eric Bloom, the Doors featuring John Densmore, “Merry X-Mas (the War is Over” by John & Yoko Ono, and Lou Rawls:
- 1640 Saturday: After 60 years of Spanish rule, Portugal regains its independence.
- 1641 Sunday: Massachusetts becomes the first British colony in North America to give statutory recognition to the institution of slavery.
- 1656 Friday: Germany promises to give aid to Poland in its war against Sweden.
- 1742 Saturday: Empress Elizabeth orders the expulsion of ALL Jews from Russia.
- 1804 Saturday: Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte marries Josephine of Martinique.
- 1822 Sunday: Brazilian citizens crown Dom Pedro emperor of their country.
- 1824 Wednesday: The presidential election was turned over to the U.S. House of Representatives when a deadlock developed between John Quincy Adams, Andrew Jackson, William H. Crawford, and Henry Clay. Adams ended up being the winner.
- 1835 Tuesday: Hans Christian Andersen publishes his first book of fairy tales.
- 1860 Saturday: The Charles Dickens’ novel, “Great Expectations,” was first published in serial form.
- 1862 Monday: President Abraham Lincoln sent his Second Annual Message to the Congress, which was read aloud by the Secretary of the Senate. In it, Lincoln called for the abolition of slavery, saying, “That in giving freedom to the slave, we issue freedom to the free” and toward the end of his message wrote: “Fellow citizens, we cannot escape history. We of this Congress and this Administration will be remembered in spite of ourselves.”
- 1887 Thursday: A new Sino-Portuguese Treaty recognizes Portugal’s control of its colony of Macao.
- 1891 Tuesday: Dr. James Naismith creates the game of basketball.
- 1897 Wednesday: The 38thS. Supreme Court Associate Justice Stephen Johnson Field, Democrat, retired from his seat on the nation’s high court on this date. He was nominated by President Abraham Lincoln to fill a new seat on the court and took his place on it on May 20, 1863, and served until today.
- 1913 Monday: The first drive-in automobile service station, built by Gulf Refining Company, opened in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Elsewhere, Ford Motor Company ushered in the era of mass production through its introduction of a new movable assembly job.
- 1918 Sunday: Iceland becomes an independent state under the Danish crown.
- 1919 Monday: Lady Astor took the oath of office as the first female member of British Parliament on this date.
- 1921 Thursday: The U.S. Navy flew the first non-rigid dirigible to use helium; the C-7 traveled from Hampton Roads, Virginia, to Washington, D.C.
- 1925 Tuesday: The Locarno Pact finalized the treaties between World War I protagonists.
- 1933 Friday: In Chicago, Illinois, future singer Lou Rawls is born. “You’ll never find, another love like mine…” God bless you, Lou!
- 1934 Saturday: Soviet party official Sergei M. Kirov, an associate of Josef Stalin, was assassinated in Leningrad, resulting in a massive purge.
- 1937 Wednesday: The Empire of Japan recognizes the government of Francisco Franco, dictator of Spain.
- 1939 Friday: SS Reichsfuhrer Heinrich Himmler orders the deportation of ALL Polish Jews.
- 1941 Monday: Japan’s Emperor Hirohito approved waging war against the United States, Britain, and the Netherlands after his government rejected demands in the Hull Note. Meanwhile, on the Eastern Front, German attacks in the area of Moscow are beginning to slow down. Winter temperatures, casualties, equipment breakdowns, and supply problems are hampering the Wehrmacht. The Russians are preparing some local counterattacks, not knowing how bad their German foes are faring. Attacks to begin on December 7.
- 1942 Tuesday: Nationwide gasoline rationing went into effect in the United States. The goal was not so much to save gas but to conserve rubber that was desperately needed in the war effort.
- 1943 Wednesday: American President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, and Soviet leader Josef Stalin agree to Operation Overlord, the mainland invasion of France in 1944 (D-Day).
- 1944 Friday: The nation’s 48thS. Secretary of State Edward Stettinius Jr. assumed his post on this date. A Democrat, he served under Presidents Franklin Delano Roosevelt and then Harry S. Truman from December 01, 1944, to June 27, 1945, and after this became 1st UN ambassador under Truman. John Densmore, famed drummer of the rock group, the Doors,[i] was born on this date in Los Angeles, California. Elsewhere, future guitarist/vocalist Eric Bloom of Blue Öyster Cult[ii] is born in Brooklyn, New York City, N.Y., on this date.
- 1945 Saturday: In the 32nd Canadian Football League Grey Cup, the Toronto Argonauts beat the Winnipeg Blue Bombers 35-0.
- 1952 Monday: The New York Daily News ran a front-page story on Christine Jorgensen’s sex-reassignment surgery with the headline, “Ex-GI becomes Blonde Beauty.” Meanwhile, Denmark announced that its doctors had performed the first successful ‘sex change’ aka ‘sex mutilation’ surgery in the world. Elsewhere, future Republican governor of Florida and then U.S. Senator Rick Scott is born in Bloomington, Illinois, on this date. He would enter the world’s greatest deliberative body- so they say- on January 08, 2019, representing Florida.
- 1955 Thursday: Rosa Parks, a black tailor, was arrested after refusing to give up her seat to a white man on a Montgomery, Alabama, city bus; the incident sparked a yearlong boycott of the city’s buses by blacks.
- 1958 Monday: The Rodgers and Hammerstein musical, “Flower Drum Song,” opened on Broadway. Meanwhile, in Pontiac, Michigan, future U.S. Senator Gary Peters is born. A Democrat, he would enter the world’s greatest deliberative body on January 03, 2015, representing his home state.
- 1959 Tuesday: Twelve countries, including the United States and the Soviet Union, signed a treaty setting aside Antarctica as a scientific preserve and making it free of military activity. Meanwhile, the 6thS. Secretary of Defense Neil H. McElroy stepped down from his post on this date. A Republican, he served under President Dwight D. Eisenhower from October 09, 1957, until today.
- 1964 Tuesday: In Major League Baseball, the Houston Colt .45’s changes their name to the Astros.
- 1965 Wednesday: Ryan Roxie with the Alice Cooper[iii] band (lead guitars/vocals 1996-2006 / 2012-present), was born on this date in Sacramento, California. Meanwhile, an airlift of refugees from Cuba to the United States began in which thousands of Cubans were able to flee their now communist homeland.
- 1969 Monday: The U.S. government held its first draft lottery since World War II.
- 1971 Wednesday: John Lennon and Yoko Ono release, “Merry X-Mas (the War is Over)”[iv] on this date.
- 1973 Saturday: David Ben-Gurion, Israel’s first prime minister, died in Tel Aviv at age 87.
- 1974 Sunday: TWA Flight 514, a Washington-bound Boeing 727, crashed in Virginia after the control tower diverted it from National Airport to Dulles International Airport; all 92 people aboard the plane lost their lives in the crash. Meanwhile, Northwest Orient Airlines Flight 6231, a Boeing 727 crashed near Stony Point, N.Y. with the loss of its three crew members (the plane had been chartered to pick up the Baltimore Colts football team in Buffalo, N.Y.).
- 1984 Saturday: Heavyweight boxer Greg Page knocks out Gerrie Coetzee in eight rounds to win the WBA heavyweight title. Page’s pro record went to 24-3 while that of Coetzee went to 29-4-1.
- 1987 Tuesday: Digging on both sides of the English Channel commences as Britain and France begin work on the Chunnel.
- 1988 Thursday: Benazir Bhutto becomes the first female prime minister in a Muslim country, Pakistan.
- 1989 Friday: In an extraordinary encounter, Soviet President Mikhail S. Gorbachev met with Pope John Paul II at the Vatican.
- 1990 Saturday: British and French workers meet underneath the English Channel as they continue work on the Chunnel. Meanwhile, Iraqi strongman thug, Saddam Hussein, accepted a U.S. offer seeking to resolve the ongoing Persian Gulf crisis, the one in which, his troops overran neighboring Kuwait.
- 1991 Sunday: Ukrainians voted overwhelmingly for independence from the crumbling Soviet Union.
- 1992 Tuesday: A jury in Mineola, New York, Amy Fisher sentenced to 5-to-15 years in prison for shooting and seriously wounding Mary Jo Buttafuoco; Fisher ended up serving 7 years.
- 1997 Monday: A 14-year-old boy opened fire on a prayer circle at Heath High School in West Paducah, Ky., killing three fellow students and wounding five; the punk is serving a life sentence.
- 1998 Tuesday: Exxon announced that it was buying Mobil for $73.7 billion, creating the largest company in the world to date.
- 2000 Friday: Vicente Fox was sworn in as president of Mexico, ending 71 years of ruling-party domination.
- 2003 Monday: India and Pakistan agreed to restore airline overflight and landing rights by January 1, 2004.
- 2005 Thursday: South Africa becomes the fifth country to recognize same-sex marriages. Elsewhere, a roadside bomb killed 10 U.S. Marines near Fallujah, Iraq.
- 2008 Monday: The National Bureau of Economic Research officially declared the U.S. to be in a recession; the Dow industrials lost 679 points to end a five-day win streak.
- 2011 Thursday: U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton meets with the military junta in Myanmar. This is a landmark trip as no U.S. leader of her level has visited the country in half-a-century.
- 2012 Saturday: Mexico swears in its new president, Enrique Pena Nieto of the Institutional Revolutionary Party. Meanwhile, in ceremonies held at Naval Station Norfolk in Virginia, the world’s first nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, the USS Enterprise, is officially inactivated after a 51-year S. Naval career.
- 2013 Sunday: A New York City commuter train rounding a riverside curve derailed, killing four people, and injuring more than 70. Later, federal regulators said a sleep-deprived engineer had nodded off at the controls just before taking the 30-mph curve at 82-mph, causing the derailment. Elsewhere, an overwhelming 65-percent of the Croatian people vote ‘yes’ on a referendum on a proposal to outlaw same-sex marriage.
- 2014 Monday: The United Nations World Food Program ends its support of 1.7 million Syrian refugees in nations adjoining that nation due to running out of funds to continue providing this support. In late summer of 2015, these so-called ‘refugees’ begin crossing the Aegean from Turkey and invade southern Europe.
- 2015 Tuesday: As the 21stN. Climate Change summit known as COP21 continues in Paris, France, the government extends the zone for their protest ban further afield as loads of protesters are making their anger known as the world leaders of developed countries attend this leftist claptrap summit. Meanwhile, in the U.S., the Republican-controlled House of Representatives blocks rules to regulate emissions sending the liberals into a tizzy.
- 2016 Thursday: President-elect Donald J. Trump names former U.S. Marine Corps General James “Mad Dog” Mattis to become his secretary of defense. Meanwhile, Mr. Trump considers two Exxon-Mobil CEOs to be his secretary of state: current CEO Rex Tillerson and former CEO Lee Raymond. Trump also expresses his approval of the $3.8 billion Dakota Access Pipeline.
- 2017 Friday: Maryland police announce the arrests of two more MS-13 gangbanging thugs in the decapitation of a man found buried in a local park. News reports said that as many 10 of the MS-13 subhuman garbage lured the individual to the park, where they beat him, choked him, stabbed him more than 100 times, decapitated him, and finally tore his heart out of his chest. Cops in Montgomery County have no clue as to why these Untermenschen committed this heinous act. Put a bullet in the back of their heads and be done with it.
- 2018 Saturday: France continues seeing the violent ‘yellow-vest protests’ as more than 36,000 protesters take to the streets angry over rising fuel prices, Islamist terrorism, and other things crippling the corrupt country. People demand answers to which, Emanuel Macron, the French president, has NO answers.
- 2019 Sunday: The House Judiciary Committee announces Wednesday is the day when it will hold its first hearings in the impeachment of President Donald J. Trump. Meanwhile, three women accuse U.S. ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland of sexual improprieties from before he assumed this position. Looks like #MeToo strikes again. Elsewhere, the first traceable patient infected with COVID-19, aka the Chi-Vi, aka the Xi Jinping Bat Flu, aka the Kung Flu, among other names- a 55-year-old Chi-Com citizen in Wuhan, China, is diagnosed with the disease.
- 2020 Tuesday: In Lansing, Michigan in the state Senate’s Oversight Committee, witness after witness after witness testifies as to the shocking levels of corruption and voter fraud that occurred within the state before, on, and post-Election Day. Witnesses testifies to all sorts of anomalous behavior that occurred, from mishandling of ballots to ballots arriving under cover of darkness from out of state, and the persecution of Republican poll workers. Still, people are curious as to WHY with all the accumulating evidence demonstrating the shocking level of fraud that occurred in the 2020 Election on behalf of the Biden campaign, WHERE is the FBI, WHERE is the U.S. Department of Justice, WHERE are the legions of elected Republicans demanding answers to this horrendous mess? Is it because they think this won’t happen to them if everything returns to ‘normal?’ Don’t be so naïve. Meanwhile, a judge in Clark County, Nevada, rules that election workers must leave the voting machines, containers, and everything else associated with the 2020 Elections untouched for investigative purposes. Elsewhere, the Trump campaign is fighting in Wisconsin to get 221 thousand absentee ballots thrown out over them being corrupted.
- 2020 Tuesday A: New Jersey law enforcement officers are investigating a dead pig left on the door of a rabbi during the Jewish sabbath. Elsewhere, Ohio’s GOP is bucking the lockdown restrictions of Republican Governor Mike DeWine. About time. Meanwhile, ‘President-elect pro-China Joe’ Biden now is receiving daily presidential briefings. Finally, West Virginia Democratic Senator Joe Manchin says, ‘AOC is mostly active on Twitter and nowhere else.’ How true.
- 2020 Tuesday B: Here are today’s Comrade Xi Pangolin-Bat Flu Statistics for the globe: 63,556,040 confirmed cases, UP by 526,965 cases, 1,474,643 confirmed deaths, UP by 9,848 deaths, and 40,798,426 confirmed recoveries, UP by 463,207 recoveries. Here are the numbers for the United States: 13,693,774 confirmed cases, UP by 84,000 new cases, 271,296 confirmed deaths, UP by 94 new deaths, and 6,594,109 confirmed recoveries, UP by 1,834 new recoveries.
- 2020 Tuesday C: Next, in the three states in which, the world-famous American Institute of Culinary Politics-The Elemental News of the Day employs chef-authors, California, Hawaii, and Washington, here are the stats, Golden State first: 1,236,256 confirmed cases, 19,212 confirmed deaths, but as is the norm, NO mention of confirmed recoveries. Next, here are the stats for the Aloha State: 18,006 confirmed cases, 242 confirmed deaths, and NO mention of confirmed recoveries. Finally, in the Ever Red, uh, we mean, the Evergreen State, here are the stats: 172,340 confirmed cases, 2,895 confirmed deaths, but like California, the brutish governor, Jay Inslee, won’t share the number of confirmed recoveries. Shame on these flipping Democrats. Let’s take a look at one more state, Idaho: 102,158 confirmed number of cases, 937 confirmed number of deaths, and 40,929 confirmed number of recoveries. Let us look at Israel’s numbers now that Mo and his wife are relocating there. Here they are: 338,127 confirmed cases, 2,877 confirmed deaths, and 323,224 confirmed recoveries.
- 2020 Tuesday D: Here are today’s Stock Market closes: DOW Jones Industrial Average: 29,823.92, UP 185.28 points (+0.63%). Next, the NASDAQ: 12,355.11, UP 156.37 points (+1.28%). Finally, here are the stats for the S&P 500: 3,662.45, UP 40.82 points (+1.13%). The price of GOLD is $1,819.20 per troy oz., +0.30 (+0.02%) while the price of SILVER is $24.14 per troy ounce, +0.05 (+0.21%). The price of PLATINUM is $1,006.00 per troy oz, +2.10 (+0.21%) while the price of COPPER is $3.50 per pound, +0.019 (+0.55%). The price of PALLADIUM is $2,429.70 per troy oz., +23.80 (+0.99%). The price of Light Sweet Crude Oil is $44.40 per barrel, -0.15 (-0.34%). Today, COCOA is $2,739.00 per metric ton, +0.48 (+1.78). As for currency, one U.S. dollar = 6.57 communist Chinese yuan. By contrast, one U.S. dollar = 0.83 euros.
- 2020 Tuesday E: Communist China says its robot probe has successfully landed on the moon. They provided no other information as to what its purpose on the moon is going to be. Meanwhile, the Chi-Coms are angry with Australia for pulling closer to the U.S. and because they are beefing up their own defenses to deter aggression from the communist thugs. Elsewhere, U.S. Attorney-General William Barr says the Justice Department has uncovered no evidence of widespread voter fraud in the country that would overturn the election results. However, if one watches OAN and watches the hours of testimony in various battleground states across the nation, one understands that the fraud was rampant, planned, and well-coordinated. Of course, no one cares about that now…
- 2020 Tuesday F: Here the numbers for tonight’s Mega Millions $1612 Draw with a $229,000,000 jackpot up for grabs: 07, 33, 53, 61, 65, and Mega 14. Out of 87,418 winning tickets, the highest winner was ONE person who had FIVE numbers but not the Mega for a prize of $889,678. The store that sold the winning ticket was the Giant K Market at 606 Crouch Street, Oceanside, California, 92054.
- 2020 Tuesday G: At the White House Christmas party, President Donald J. Trump mentioned that IF he honestly lost the 2020 Presidential Election, we could see him make a second run in 2024. Only one other president- Grover Cleveland- accomplished this by being the 22nd and the 24th presidents of the United States. Meanwhile, Hewlett-Packard becomes yet another industry located in California to throw in the towel and to announce it’s moving to Texas. Note- just don’t bring your left-wing politics with you and tear up the Lone Star State. Elsewhere, former President Barack Hussein Obama slams those seeking to ‘defund the police,’ calling them ‘crazy.’ Speaking of the police, the Fraternal Order of Police reports that in 2020, 283 cops have been shot across the country with an astounding number of 44 killed in action. This is not good, and it must stop. In Seattle, lawmakers plan to slash the Seattle Police Department’s budget for 2021 by 18-percent all the while homicides within the city are skyrocketing. So far this year, 55 people have been murdered in the city. In Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota, violent car-jackings are up by a whopping 537 percent.
- 2020 Tuesday H: Famed economist Walter E. Williams died at age 84 today. He taught his final class at George Mason University the previous evening. A famed economist, he authored numerous books on both economics as well as race and intersections between the two. In the past, he used to occasionally host the Rush Limbaugh Program and was beloved by millions of his fans.
- 2021 Wednesday: Stay tuned for the latest.
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